Useful And Important TS4 Program links

bulk rename utility is a program you can use to rename all of your package files at once. You'll notice that some CC creators name their .package files with spaces and characters and this tends to slow down the loading time of your game. This program is handy because after you set it up the way you want to use it, you can rename a whole 1000+ folder full of CC at once if you'd like. Or, simply rename a few at a time. It's a very useful program.

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mod conflict detector is another very important program to have at hand if you're always downloading CC. This program will help you sort through duplicates and mods that might conflict with your game and cause crashes. 

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sims 4 studio is a program you can use to go through all your package files and merge them into smaller groups for faster loading time. *My advice is to only merge smaller groups of CC at a time and NEVER merge script files or game changing mods. Keep a back up of unmerged files as well, so you can easily go through them if there is a problem.  It can also be used to create your own custom content if you are interested in trying that.

Custom Content Organization Tutorial

games4theworld is a website that provides free downloads of various programs that can be useful to you. All the downloads are virus and trojan free and easy to use and install. They also have sims 4 downloads. 

nraas was popular with The Sims 3, if anyone played that. They also include information about useful things to do with The Sims 4 as well.

twinfinite has posted a nice article complied of mods that you might like to use in your Sims game. It's worth a read!

carls sims has put together a nice cheat list and all around general guide for The Sims 4 with great and handy information. 

modthesims is a great place to find mods for your game. The Sims 4 Mod Manager is a program used to easily keep track of your game mods.


• Drag and drop (supports more than one drop)
• Auto-installs mods from their archives (Zip, RAR, or 7Zip). See "Adding Mods" below.
• Does not make use of the Resource.cfg – Mods are backed up to a folder, and are copied to the “Mods” folder when enabled.
• Enable multiple mods at once
• Disable multiple mods at once
• Shows mod type – “Package” if it is a “.package” file, and “Script” if it is a “.zip” file. Also shows icons for both types.
• Supports sub-folder categorization (only supports 1 level)

sims catalog is another nice place to grab some game mods. Poses, debug, lighting, build and buy mode items along with tons of other Sims 4 goodies.


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